In 2006 the BILLIONTH song was purchased from Apple iTunes. 10 years on, does anyone remember their favourite song from 2006? (we sure don’t)
Comfort. Is it not wanting to take your tights off after a long day? A fit so perfect you actually wonder if you’re wearing tights at all? Is it the uncompromised feel you get from something so unbelievably soft? Or a combination of all three. What is comfort to you? Tell us in the comments.
Comfort Cut. For us, comfort is not having “one-size-fits-all” mentality, because we know that true comfort is personalised. With our new Comfort Cut Tights, we’re revolutionising comfort. As women, we know that we are not all the same. Every body is different, just as every woman is unique. Let’s revolutionise comfort together. http://bit.ly/ComfortCut
In 2006 The Telegraph noted our Cashmere and Lace lingerie set as one of the 5 Best Sets Ever! We don’t know about you, but we’re feeling the cold and it sounds appealing right about now – but let’s settle for the sumptuous warmth of our Cashmere/Silk Tights instead. http://bit.ly/Wol11316
This season - in soft loungewear-inspired silhouettes - velvet once again reigned supreme on the catwalk. Remember the abundance of velvet in 2006? Tunics, petticoats and fairy-tale tailoring. We’ve still got some velvet pieces in our outlet if you’re quick… http://bit.ly/Wol59923
The first ever Tweet was sent on the 21st March 2006. We were a little late to the game, but managed to dig up our first Tweet. It was disappointingly unimaginative to say the least… (Just look at it!) What was yours? Could it possibly have been worse than ours?
We rifled through our archives and found these embellished beauties from our A/W 06 collection with Kenzo. In 2006, leggings and hosiery were given a cemented role in high fashion - they became not just an accessory but a key garment in itself. And if you ask us, these tights are definitely not an accessory...
Black was definitely the new black when it came to nails in 2006. Jet black shades garnished fashion-conscious digits everywhere, and no shade was as prevalent as Chanel’s now iconic Black Satin.
Let them wear stay-ups. When the Sofia Coppola-directed “Marie Antoinette” was released in 2006, it quickly made waves in the fashion world due to its century-transcending style. We believe stockings and stay-ups still retain their enduring hold (get it?) and a prime example is our Satin Touch 20 Stay-Up.http://bit.ly/Wol21223U